What stories???

Could this old house tell??? Hiding behind a screen of brush, and the remains of what could be a cedar, it is in the breaks below the Llano Estacado, where there is definitely farm/ranch land. When was it built? And … Continue reading

Gotta love the Icelanders…

“Hey, what are you doing today?” “Not much, just chillin’.” “Wanna go see Fagradalsfjall? There’s supposed to be a party out there.” “Sure!” “Break out the Aquavit, looks like we’re going to be here a while…” *Note- That IS a … Continue reading

First it was Etna…

Now it’s Fagradalsfjall in Iceland! This is about 8nm from Keflavik!!! The Icelandic Met Office has just reported that an eruption has begun at Fagradalsfjall, long expected to be the location of a possible volcanic eruption. This eruption is being called Geldingadalsgos, … Continue reading

Goodby my friend…

Rest In Peace. He was a country boy that did things his own way. It was a bleak day, 14 degrees and snowing most of the day. 6 inches but a good turnout, all things considered. And thank goodness for … Continue reading

Out of pocket…

A bunch of us have to go say goodby to an old friend. I’ll be back on Thursday. Go read the folks on the sidebar. Thank you.

Sigh…

It’s official, I’m OLD… Went down to Dallas yesterday to have dinner with friends. Coming back I decided to take a road I used to use when I was in that area… Cutler Dr. It WAS a meandering 2 lane … Continue reading

On the road…

Quick trip to see friends… Go read the folks on the sidebar. They’re good! Regular blogging will resume Monday.

Ahhh…

Good times with good friends, and good food. And prairie dogs to shoot. Down time is great. Go read the folks on the sidebar, I’m ignoring the news and the intarwebz for another couple of days.

I need a break…

Time for Willie to play my song again. Off to go turn money into smoke and noise. Go enjoy the folks on the sidebar, or read a book from my friends! Light commenting, if any, and little to no reading … Continue reading

ROTF…

Now THIS is real, important science… Kudos to them for figuring out how to brew and drink coffee normally (more or less)! Before, they had to suck it out of a straw, and if they wanted anything added, it had … Continue reading